unconfused

adjective
un·con·fused | \ ˌən-kən-ˈfyüzd \

Definition of unconfused 

: not confused In days past it was often assumed that such fraud was mainly perpetrated upon the confused and the elderly. But that's no longer the case. Many young and unconfused people have been fooled.Ottawa West News And here … we can draw another clear and unconfused message from history: Whenever full-scale war comes, it is always worse than the previous one. —Rex Murphy

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1609, in the meaning defined above

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